EndSARS: Comedians Lasisi, Wofai Fada angry after their cars got vandalised at protest (video, photo)

EndSARS: Comedians Lasisi, Wofai Fada angry after their cars got vandalised at protest (video, photo)

- Comedian Lasisi has advised people going to the protest ground to be watchful of their environment

- This was after his car and that of actress Wofai Fada got vandalised by thieves

- Lasisi said the incidence happened to him on Sunday, October 18

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Two Nigerian celebrities Lasisi Elenu and Wofai Fada have taken to their social media pages to lament about a sad incidence that happened to them at the EndSARS protest.

According to the comedians, their cars were vandalised by unknown people.

Angry about the situation, Lasisi revealed that the side mirrors of his cars were removed at the protest ground on Sunday, October 18.

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Comedian Lasisi and Wofai Fada
Comedian Lasisi and Wofai Fada's cars were vandalised at the EndSARS protest. Photo: Instagram/ @lasisielenu, @wofaifada
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He said:

"I went out to protest yesterday and when I got to where I parked my car, my both side mirrors were gone. People leave their offices, their works and come out to protest and some idiots are still people's personal effects. You are your brother's keeper at this point. Let us be watchful of our environment. Let's not allow any idiot to make us regret coming out to protest."

Watch the video below:

The side mirror of Wofai's car was also removed by unknown persons.

Wofai has been very active at the protest and has been providing food and drinks for protesters.

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Falz spoke on the presidency's move to meet the demands of the EndSARS protesters.

The music star revealed in a short clip that the presidency had approved that a judicial panel of inquiry that would look into all cases of police brutality in the state should be set up.

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The rapper went ahead to advise people to select a youth representative in their state to be at the panel so as to monitor things and keep people informed.

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